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This post introduces in details one of the latest boards from the Arduino Team: a board that we still didn’t cover that much on the blog. YúN’s DNA is that of the Arduino family lately open to new req... (See More)
A tech Christmas decoration, created by means of Neopixel LEDs and controlled via an Arduino Micro board, that takes up a minimal amount of space.
With the Xmas holidays approaching, we always ... (See More)
Keypads allow users to input data while a program is running. This tutorial shows you how to connect a twelve-button keypad to an Arduino and how to use the library Keypad.
A keypad is often nee... (See More)
FTDI Chip is using Kickstarter to fund an open source reference design for an Arduino UNO compatible board. The NerO is based on the company’s FT231X USB UART, and delivers 5V at 1A without overheatin... (See More)
ElectroSmash just released an open hardware guitar amplifier called the 1Wamp. Designed as a small and portable 1 watt amplifier loaded with all the features of big amps, the project was fully develop... (See More)
Monitoring the output of a light-dependent resistor, or photoresistor, allows the Arduino to know how light or dark it is. When the light falls below a certain level, the Arduino turns on a couple of ... (See More)
After the Yun presentation post, we are going to present a simple hacking project that is cool to get familiar with the Yun features.
In this post, as first taste of using Arduino Yun, we propos... (See More)
It is not the first time that we propose a shield that is dedicated to the network wireless connection, and there are two reasons for that: on a side, Arduino’s world is interested in applications tha... (See More)
Communicating serially with the Arduino is really easy. Here, we'll show how to take some temperature measurements and then send the measurements over the serial link.
Unlike other devices, Ardu... (See More)
By connecting an L298 bridge IC to an Arduino, you can control a DC motor.
A direct current, or DC, motor is the most common type of motor. DC motors normally have just two leads, one positive a... (See More)